These Arizona students are using the AnimalWatch Vi Suite app along with its accompanying materials. They're giving us feedback about what works and what changes would be helpful to them. Site visits enable researchers to observe students in "real time."
|The option of writing with a finger or stylus to work out computation is one of the appeals of the app for students with low vision.|
|Tactile graphics prepared by AWViS partner Tactile Vision are well received by this braille reader. This student said he would like the graphics in his textbooks to be made like this!|
|This student loves the scratch pad but does have several ideas on how we can improve it so she can use it for a longer computation.|
|The small size of the poison frog can be difficult to grasp. The paper clip on the graphic provides a comparison to the 3D model of the frog, which is the actual size of the real thing!|
|Graphics needed to solve problems are not only available on the app screen but also in a booklet. The project has provided both a print booklet and a braille booklet.|